"Unscrewed With Martin Sargent" reveals the pop culture side of technology: what's new, what's hip, what's hot.
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"Unscrewed With Martin Sargent" reveals the pop culture side of technology: what's new, what's hip, what's hot. The ultimate showcase for the darker, funnier, sexier world of the modern technophile, "Unscrewed With Martin Sargent" pushes the boundaries of late night television. Hosted by funny and forthright Martin (Marty) Sargent from "The Screen Savers," this outrageous 30 minutes promises to go where no other show on television has gone. Marty mingles with tantalizing guests in studio and remotely. Daring topics are covered by field pieces, product segments, hidden camera surprises, monologues and more, including Marty's now world-famous Twisted List. Marty and his team are not shy and promise to uncover the most revealing stories behind technology. Written by Mark Cameron

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Or the Laura Swisher Show
2 June 2005 | by See all my reviews

Hey, I didn't get to see many episodes of this show, but from what I remember of the show was Laura Swisher.

She sat there hot as hell and she has that Aisha Tyler appeal to me- tomboyish and yet sexy.

Hopefully, she's found a new gig on TV so I can oogle her some more.

The show was pretty funny, but not the best talk show I've ever seen. If it was given more time, it would have improved on weak spots and give viewers something alternative to check out at night.

Oh, an there was this guy on there talking, too.

Now what was his name?

R.I.P. Tech TV.


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